Couldn't resist this when I saw the effect of the light from the window.
I'm very much an amateur photographer. I live in the hills of the Scottish Borders which has fantastic flora and fauna, as well as wonderful light.
It is almost a watercolour, and with just a bit of processing and you would have a lovely 'original'. Nice backlight.
2 Mar 2011 5:21am
2 Mar 2011 6:46am
Love the way they seem to be glowing from the inside, great capture!
2 Mar 2011 7:52am
Light of the heart ! Lovely framed couple too, Christine.
2 Mar 2011 8:10am
The light pouring right through these tulips just makes them alive.
A wonderful crop...so very interesting. Love your treatment. BRAVO.
2 Mar 2011 8:31am
2 Mar 2011 9:42am
Extra ! Je te souhaite une agréable journée
2 Mar 2011 9:46am
Switched on for sure . . . what you been feeding them on ?
2 Mar 2011 9:57am
Very nice photo
2 Mar 2011 10:23am
de beaux reflets lumineux !
2 Mar 2011 10:55am
2 Mar 2011 11:07am
I like very much this series flowers of which kept perfectly the light
2 Mar 2011 12:18pm
2 Mar 2011 12:27pm
beautiful light and angle :)
2 Mar 2011 1:04pm
Tulips would be perfect and cosy lamp shades.....!
2 Mar 2011 2:43pm
a good thing you "gave in to impulse"! magnificent translucent effect, gorgeous shades of red and orange and yellow, and a very clever angle!
2 Mar 2011 2:47pm
Great contrast and so warm feeling,just wonderful.
2 Mar 2011 3:48pm
trés belle luminosité en plein coeur de la fleur.bravo
2 Mar 2011 6:59pm
wonderful light to illuminate the flower and very nice colour tones to go with it!
3 Mar 2011 1:13am
This angle works so well with a tulip!
3 Mar 2011 4:00am
oh wonderful light! The red and yellow lighted mixture is gorgeous
3 Mar 2011 5:19am
This is backlit wonderfully !!
3 Mar 2011 7:04am
3 Mar 2011 9:26pm
This is stunning!! I agree, the effect of the light is stunning - it almost looks as if it is on fire.
3 Mar 2011 10:19pm
I love the fiery lighting/coloring of the flowers!!
5 Mar 2011 10:59pm
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